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Microcosm wetland systems (5 L containers) planted with Salvinia molesta, Lemna minor, Ceratophyllum demersum, and Elodea… Expand Free-living freshwater cyanobacteria contain BMAA in both free cellular and protein-associated forms. Free BMAA released on bloom… Expand Evidence for Zn protection against Cd-induced reactive oxygen species in the free-floating hydrophyte Ceratophyllum demersum L… Expand To understand the interaction between Zn, an essential micronutrient and Cd, a non-essential element, Cd-10 microM and Zn… Expand Heavy metals can be adsorbed by living or non-living biomass. Submerged aquatic plants can be used for the removal of heavy… Expand Cyanobacterial toxins have been shown to have adverse effects on mammals, birds and fish and are therefore being increasingly… Expand In experiments in New Zealand, rudd (Scardinius erythrophthalmus L.) of 108–277 mm fork length (FL) ate a wide range of native… Expand The rotifer Euchlanis dilatata lives associated with submerged vegetation in the littoral zone of freshwater lakes and ponds. I… Expand The effects of submerged macrophytes on sediment resuspension and internal phosphorus loading in the shallow Kirkkojärvi basin of… Expand There is current interest in the use of artificial wetlands and macrophyte-cultured ponds for the treatment of agricultural… Expand